|Patchewollock - end of the line|
|Kaniva's Goods Shed from the station platform|
Donald-based heritage restoration firm Onley's Holdings will undertake the task.
Below: The Patche line still open in 1966, taken from Nick Anchen's 'The right way, the wrong way & the railway : great Victorian railway stories'. It includes a story of crews battling through sand drifts to reach the remote Patchewollock terminus, passing families along the line, who would stop the train in the middle of nowhere, by waving a lantern, to receive their provisions.